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Ting Kau is in Primary One Admission (POA) School Net 62, which includes schools in Tsuen Wan and areas nearby. The net includes multiple aided schools and one government school, Hoi Pa Street Government Primary School. [3]


Castle Peak Road is the main access to the area.

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  2. "List of Recognized Villages under the New Territories Small House Policy" (PDF). Lands Department. September 2009.
  3. "POA School Net 62" (PDF). Education Bureau . Retrieved 2022-09-12.
Ting Kau
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